An advocacy group in Door County that helps victims of domestic abuse is speaking out on social issues that are on the forefront nationally and locally. Milly Gonzales, executive director of Help of Door County, says there is a direct intersection between the abuse of an individual and the oppression of a group. She says it is always about power and control.
Gonzales says it is about having respect for each other and how to have healthy relationships, boundaries, and communication within the home and the world. Help of Door County’s anti-violence work includes dealing with racism, generational trauma, historical trauma, and other social justice issues. You can listen to Gonzales’ entire interview below.